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stopbush

(24,309 posts)
Thu Apr 18, 2019, 08:38 PM Apr 2019

Should the House move forward immediately and impeach tRump? [View all]

For purposes of this poll, immediately = within 4-6 weeks, tops.


38 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
YES
35 (92%)
NO
3 (8%)
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WE need to focus on VOTING the pos out..Dems need to continue to pass bills for the people - asiliveandbreathe Apr 2019 #1
WE can do both. I hate this idea that the Ds need to give up on/ignore the 2020 elections if they stopbush Apr 2019 #5
Without conviction . It is a waste of time. Continue the investigations. Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #7
They should hold hearings MiniMe Apr 2019 #2
Yes hold hearings...go after the money, Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #11
My position is to leave it to Nancy to decide if or when that happens, Kaleva Apr 2019 #3
Hearings first. Then impeach. There are Plenty of facts. Iwasthere Apr 2019 #4
Impeach, yes, but not right away lanlady Apr 2019 #6
It could be months or years before we have documents to prove Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #9
That's why impeachment should start now, my understanding its hard to stonewall with impeachment uponit7771 Apr 2019 #17
Pre-impeachment hearings would be better....we are supposed to get documents but Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #20
In a normal administration maybe. But this is not normal. Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #25
Censure Cosmocat Apr 2019 #8
The lack of conviction will be hailed as exoneration Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #10
yep Cosmocat Apr 2019 #12
McConnell has no choice. If the House impeaches, he must hold the trial. stopbush Apr 2019 #13
lol Cosmocat Apr 2019 #14
Not his decision, anymore than he could refuse stopbush Apr 2019 #15
Sure he will make it a joke. Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #21
My understanding is impeachment brings powers to the house that they don't have with just subpoenas uponit7771 Apr 2019 #16
I'd like to see more evidence of other crimes first Maeve Apr 2019 #18
Release the Kracken! Solomon Apr 2019 #19
Yes Red Mountain Apr 2019 #22
Since the Senate won't get rid of him the goal should be to expose him before the election nini Apr 2019 #23
Agree. Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #26
We can't wait 2 more yrs. Impeachment is the way! Joe941 Apr 2019 #24
He will still be there after impeachment and we might help him get four more Demsrule86 Apr 2019 #27
Investigate and expose. Get GOP hypocrites on record. Freethinker65 Apr 2019 #28
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